Just like the Huawei P20 Pro, the P30 Pro camera will also be powered by Leica. Doing a quick Google search also reports that the MAR-LX2 is likely the Huawei P30 Lite that is going to be announced at the end of this month. He didn't disclose any details about the zoom levels that will be possible, although last year's P20 Pro offered a great camera with 3x optical zoom and up to 5x hybrid zoom.
He did say, though, that it would do "something nobody [has done] before". However, Wong did claim that the phone would do "something nobody [has done] before", which could hint towards a mechanical zooming lens, according to Android Central. A periscope-like telephoto lens would certainly help but all previous leaks of the P30 range suggested the upcoming Android flagships aren't particularly bulky, yet anything offering 10x optical magnification is bound to have a camera bump.More news: Steelers ‘Closing In’ On Antonio Brown Trade With Bills
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While there are teasers and leaks already floating around the internet, one key feature stood out: The square rear camera sensor that's capable of 10x lossless zoom. In the latest update, the company's VP of Global Marketing has confirmed some of the device's specs before launch.
We're three weeks away from seeing the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro officially so be sure to stay tuned. Wong also confirmed that a badly edited picture of the moon that the company shared a few days back was indeed shot with the P30 Pro, which confirms that the phone will have four cameras on the back. If true, the phone's superzoom feature and enhanced night mode capabilities look promising. The same device is set to hit the European market as the Huawei P30 Lite, so the launch of the 4e will basically give us an idea of what the P30 family has to offer. In the meantime, if you have anything to share, feel free to sound them off in the comments section below!